Published in Asian Express Newspaper Outrage after European Court of Justice (ECJ) says Employers are entitled to ban workers from the “visible wearing of any political, philosophical or religious sign” In a devastating blow to human rights and the right to religious freedom, this week’s ruling from the ECJ, which says employers have the right … More European Court of Justice: Religious Wear Ban causes outrage
Published in Asian Express Newspaper There is no shortage of widespread media coverage of the Syrian refugee crisis with haunting tales of despair, desperation and destruction. All too familiar with stories of people grappling for food and water in makeshift camps, we’ve seen footage of thousands desperately waiting at the borders in the hope of … More Interview: Resettled Syrian Refugees
Published in Asian Express Newspaper “What kind of hatred could make a man stab a baby crying out for his mother’s milk?” A damming report by the UN has stated that crimes against humanity are currently being carried out by the security forces in Myanmar (also known as Burma.) The government of Myanmar denies any … More Myanmar Rohingya massacre: Rohingya Muslim Child killings are ‘Crimes against humanity’ UN declares.
Published in Asian Express Newspaper New survey shows 68% of parents do NOT know correct protocol to ensure safe sleep A recent survey by the Lullaby Trust charity, which raises funds and awareness to prevent SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) has uncovered that 68% of parents are unsure of the basic steps they can take … More Lullaby Trust charity uncovers 68% of parents are unsure of the basic steps to lower risk of Cot Death
Published in Asian Express Newspaper The idea of upping sticks and moving across the world, alone, in pursuit of one’s dreams might sound like a terrifying, daunting and downright impossible task. But there was nothing that was going to stop one high-achiever from reaching her goals, even if it meant leaving everything and everyone she … More Bolton to Bollywood